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Pip: The Story of Olive

Book Description
What happened to Olive wasn't because she'd only ever felt half. It didn't even happen because her house was full of crap-knacks and clutter, because she called her mother Mog, or because she knew of a man named WilliamPetersMustardSeed. It wasn't because she had a peculiar relationship with the number two, or because her skin was the exact colour of chicken loaf. Although there was never any doub... More
Book Information
PublisherAllen & Unwin
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages252
Publication Date/2008
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About Kim Kane (Author) : Kim Kane is a published author. A published credit of Kim Kane is Pip: The Story of Olive.
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About Elise Hurst (Illustrator) : Elise is an author and illustrator of children's books, working from her home studio in Melbourne, Australia. Since 1996 she has illustrated over 50 books. She has a website: http://www.elisehurst.... more
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1/8/2010 Mary Sandford said: Getting past the Australian English was interesting. Olive whose twin, Pip, never really existed but kept me guessing until the end grew into a girl who liked herself.
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